Hello there! Welcome to my world! There will be a price list coming along as soon as I have some more work to sell and my work will be available on this site as prints and original artwork and eventually as cards, keyrings, fridge magnets and all sorts of other goodies. I draw and paint in various media but usually in Coloured Pencils or Watercolours (slowly being dragged into the 21st Century with Acrylics too). I do take commissions and am happy to delve into the areas of wildlife, portraits, landscapes and fantasy and just about anything else actually! Just send me a message with your request and I'll get onto it for you! So browse around, have fun and see what you think. Have a fantastic day!
I have a Facebook page dedicated to my art as well and you access it by looking up 'Helen Young Art', once you are on the Facebook site.
Here are examples of previous art projects and commissions. If you like what you see and want something done for you like one of these pictures just send me a message and I'll see what I can do for you. I'm working on the price list for this Gallery as this will be where all my new pictures go. As soon as I have projects to put here, I'll get them all priced up for you. I'm also looking at getting prints, cards etc made so you will have a choice of goodies to buy! I can hear that picture now - "Paint me Helen, paint me!"This is where my illustrations for the 'Purbeck!' magazine go. It is a magazine produced in Dorset on the south coast of England for any not Brits and I lived down there for about six and a half years. Even though I no longer live there, I have been asked to continue my illustration work. Hopefully I'll be able to get my work published in other magazines at some point. Anything that does can go in this section...This gallery shows examples of media test pages and also my sketches done when out on my travels. The test pages are from my sketchbooks and watercolour pads where I have tested new media or have been trying out new subjects that I haven't done before. I like to try other artists' ideas in 'how-to' books as you don't learn in isolation - you learn from others and from your own experiments. I think it is interesting to see the progress in how something is created. You can see colour tests and ways of creating texture - all sorts of things! This is just another little snippet of what makes me tick! :o)